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There is a reason why Meridian, Idaho continues to land on the list of ‘America’s 50 Best Cities to live in!’ With abounding parks, great schools, newer homes, and family-friendly neighborhoods, Meridian is a special place for all those who call it home. As the second largest city in Ada County, and one of the fastest growing cities in the State of Idaho, it is easy to see why so many people choose to live in this safe and welcoming community. From its thriving economic growth to its easy access of world-class rafting, skiing, hiking, and camping, Meridian truly is Built for business, Designed for living.
Meridian, Idaho sits in the center of the Treasure Valley, and directly borders Boise, the capital city of Idaho, to its east, Eagle to its north, Kuna to its South and Nampa to its West. Situated in a prime location of the Treasure Valley, Meridian has excellent transportation accessibility, making it easy to get just about anywhere.
The city of Meridian has grown from quaint beginnings of 10,000 people in the 1990’s, to blossoming into one of the crown jewels of the Valley. As of this year, Meridian has surpassed 100,000 residents and will continue to grow in the coming years. Even though Meridian doesn’t yet have the downtown skyscrapers that Boise’s urban downtown has, Meridian holds its own when it comes to prime destinations throughout the city. Some of these locations include The Village at Meridian, which is a new outdoor shopping center that houses dozens of stores and restaurants year round, and Roaring Springs, the Treasure Valley’s largest waterpark. New to Meridian in 2018, is the only Medical School in the state of Idaho, ICOM, a Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine, or D.O. program that will help support Idaho’s growing healthcare needs. Meridian is also home to 20 regional, community, neighborhood and mini-parks, including a 2.25 acre off leash dog park located just south of downtown Meridian. These are just some of the things that make Meridian, Idaho a go-to place for local Treasure Valley residents, making this city a wonderful place to live in.
Meridian, Idaho is the perfect place to call home for those who want to explore everything that the Valley has to offer. For those seeking an escape from the summer heat, Meridian is about a 45 to 60 minute drive east to Lucky Peak Reservoir, a large lake that holds water for the Valley’s water/irrigation needs. Here, people can fish for kokanee salmon, trout, bass and perch. There are also boat docks and camp sites scattered along the shores of the reservoir making it a great place to recreate for the day or the weekend. Often times you will see locals swimming, surfing, wakeboarding, tubing, water skiing or just soaking up some sun on the sandy beaches. Meridian is also just a 30 minute drive to Lake Lowell, which is just south of Nampa. Lake Lowell offers boating, fishing, and 28 miles of shoreline for families to enjoy and relax at. There are docks, picnic, and swimming areas for families, fishermen and visitors to enjoy. Just a short drive north from Meridian is the beautiful Boise River, a popular place to find locals floating a 6 mile stretch of the river from Barber Park to Ann Morrison Park each summer. Eagle Island State Park is located in nearby Eagle and is surrounded by the Boise River to its north and south. This park includes 5 miles of hiking trails, sandy swimming beaches, and grassy picnic areas for families to enjoy. No matter what your hobbies are, there are plenty of activities and places to go to in and nearby Meridian, Idaho.
Like the rest of the Treasure Valley, Meridian enjoys a mild four seasons throughout the year. With being located in a high arid desert, the summers do reach average highs into the 90s, and upwards of 100 or higher for some stretches during the peak of summer. The winters are also mild, compared to other parts of the Pacific Northwest. Average lows during winter hover around 37 degrees, but record lows have hit as low as -6 degrees. Snowfall during winters average around five inches of precipitation each month, but does vary each year. Meridian’s mild seasons offer residents beautiful changes in the trees and scenery year-round that other places in the West don’t have the privilege of enjoying. Each season opens the door to different recreational activities for the whole family.
Thanks to the Treasure Valley’s economic growth, Meridian has reaped and enjoyed the benefits of sudden growth. With this continuing growth, there are job opportunities for almost any career or job path. To manage the growth throughout the city, construction and other blue collar jobs are always in need to keep up with the demands of the growing population. Due to the affluent suburbs around Meridian, retail jobs are abundant in new shopping centers, especially with the growth seen on Eagle Road and at The Village at Meridian. Tech jobs are also becoming more common around the city, with TSheets located on the border of Meridian and Eagle. TSheets was just named one of the fastest growing companies in the country, and just moved to its new HQ off of Eagle Road and Chinden Blvd in Eagle. No matter what job experience you may have, or career future you want, there is something for you and your family in Meridian’s job market.
Top Five Rated Restaurants (According to TripAdvisor)
Top Schools in Meridian (According to greatschools.org)
Highest Rated: Compass Public Charter School
Top 3 Charter Schools:
Compass Public Charter School
Idaho Virtual Academy
Meridian Technical Charter
High School Top 3 Private Schools:
Cole Valley Christian Schools
The Ambrose School
Stonehouse Christian School
Top 3 Public High Schools:
Meridian High School
Mountain View High School
Top 3 Public Middle Schools:
Sawtooth Middle School
Heritage Middle School
Lewis & Clark Middle School
Top 3 Public Elementaries:
Hunter Elementary School
Paramount Elementary School
Mary McPherson Elementary School
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